Do you love a good smoothie? I do!
They’re perfect for breakfast, lunch, or snack. And, they’re especially yummy on a hot summer’s day.
Here are several delicious kid-friendly smoothie recipes. They’re packed full of flavor from fruity smoothies to dessert-inspired smoothies. There are even some cool and refreshing popsicle smoothies.
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Fruity Kid-Friendly Smoothie Recipes
Enjoy a blend of tropical fruits with our refreshing Tropical Smoothies.
This Mango-Banana Smoothie from Brown-Eyed Baker is another yummy tropical treat.
This Pear Smoothie with Granola from Artsy Momma would make a light and delicious breakfast.
Put together a mix of delicious fruit to make these colorful Traffic Light Smoothies from Eats Amazing.
Sometimes simple really is the best and Kitchen Counter Chronicles has two recipes for Strawberry Banana Smoothies and also Blueberry Smoothies.
For a light and refreshing smoothie, try a Lemon Coconut Smoothie from Daily Smoothie.
Kids will love this simple and delicious Apple Smoothie from Artsy Momma.
These Banana Berry Smoothies from Kidgredients are simple and yummy.
Use a mixture of berries for this Frozen Berry Smoothie from Simplistically Living.
This Ultimate Tropical Minion Banana Smoothie from JDaniel4’s Mom is a perfect movie night treat.
Turn a favorite summer treat into a yummy smoothie when you make these Watermelon Smoothies from Five Heart Home.
Enjoy the taste of a breakfast indulgence with this Cinnamon Roll Smoothie from Family Fresh Meals.
Satisfy your chocolate peanut butter cravings with a healthy smoothie like this Thick and Creamy Chocolate Peanut Butter Breakfast Shake from Baker by Nature.
This protein-filled Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie from Eating on a Dime feels more like an indulgence than a healthy snack.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a Healthy Banana Creme Pie Smoothie from Baker by Nature.
Indulge in some peanut butter, banana, and chocolate yumminess with these Chunky Monkey Smoothies from No. 2 Pencil.
Enjoy a simple sweet treat with these Orange Dreamsicle Smoothies from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe.
Try a Chocolate Covered Strawberry Smoothie from Baker by Nature inspired by a delicious sweet treat.
Use up leftover smoothies to make these fun frozen smoothie bites from Eats Amazing.
These Banana Blueberry Smoothie Pops from Kleinworth & Co. would be a healthy and delicious snack.
Enjoy your berry smoothie in popsicle form with these Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops from Mom on Timeout.
A popsicle for breakfast? Why not, especially if your eating one of these Frozen Breakfast Smoothie Popsicles from Bakers Royale.
I can’t decide which of these kid-friendly smoothie recipes to try first. Maybe the Banana Creme Pie Smoothies or maybe the Watermelon Smoothies. I don’t know!
Which one of these recipes are you going to try?